V n about n
The 'feel' groupThese verbs are concerned with someone's thoughts or feelings about something.
These verbs often occur in questions such as What do you like about...? and clauses such as What I hate about him is...; they do not often have ordinary Objects.
Part of what I loved about Gloria was her talent and her independence.
What do you think about this threatened strike by professional footballers, then?
The preposition about is sometimes followed by an '-ing' clause.
This is what I hate about mowing the lawn. I don't mind mowing the lawn but it's raking up the grass clippings afterwards.
The preposition about is sometimes followed by a noun group and an '-ing'clause. This pattern is V n about n -ing.
dislike feel hate like think
She asked me 'What would your husband feel about you working overseas?'